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...2005. That firm became the second to add Oshinsky to its masthead, going by Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky until shortening its name in 2006...
Hogan & Hartson was on a roll as it marked its one-hundredth anniversary in November 2004. The firm was in the middle of an international expansion, was seeing a big jump in corporate work, and remai
...office shelf. For Ross, the New York corporate chief at Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, there's nothing like a shot of bison vodka to...
Since 1986, when The American Lawyer first published a list of the 100 highest-grossing firms in the United States, the total number of lawyers in The Am Law 100 has almost tripled. In 1986, it numbe
An associate at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft fantasizes about sitting down with her senior partner for a heart-to-heart on her development as an attorney. Another, at Cahill Gordon & Reindel, says h
Membership in a megafirm isn't the only ticket to living high on the hog. The partners in The Am Law 200's Second Hundred-firms number 101-200 on our list of the nation's highest-grossing firms-are d
...a split-with Swidler's D.C. office going to Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, and its New York office merging with Orrick. Both talks...
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